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TAX ON CAPITAL.

TAX ON CAPITAL.

FRENCH MINISTER OF FINANCE'S NEW PROPOSALS. PARIS, Tuesday. At a Cabinet Council held to-day M. Caillaux Minister of Finance, submitted a Bill for a. 'ax capital which will be tacked on to the Income Tax Bill now before the Senate. The measure provided for an annual tax calculat
14 January 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
fashions KENDAL, MILNE & CO., DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER. Telegrams "KENMIL." Telephone 6203 CENTRAL HOURS OF BUSINESS. 8 30 SATURDAYS. 1 O'CLOCK.

fashions KENDAL, MILNE & CO., DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER. Telegrams "KENMIL." Telephone 6203 CENTRAL HOURS OF BUSINESS. 8 30 SATURDAYS. 1 O'CLOCK.

LAST WEEK OF INTER SALE NOW PROCEEDING. FURTHER REDUCTIONS. The Remaining MILLINERY, MANTLES, COATS, THEATRE WRAPS, FURS, MODEL GOWNS, COSTUMES, DRESSES, BLOUSES, TEA GOWNS, SILKS, DRESS MATERIALS, &c., WILL BE CLEARED to maice room for Spring Deliveries, and prices are marked i
14 January 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRY OUR NOTED F.O. H. Scotch Whisky. An "EXTRA SPECIAL" at the "SPECIAL" Price. Per Bottle, 4/-; per Six Bottles,

TRY OUR NOTED F.O. H. Scotch Whisky. An "EXTRA SPECIAL" at the "SPECIAL" Price. Per Bottle, 4/-; per Six Bottles,

9 (cash) ATKINSON Co., 75, MOSLEY STREET, MANCHESTER.
14 January 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"KING OF ITS CLASS." Daily Dispatch THE December 18th, says: , : ra ti° * "The new 16h.p. worm- J

"KING OF ITS CLASS." Daily Dispatch THE December 18th, says: , : ra ti° * "The new 16h.p. worm- J

riven Carracq may , body is the object of universal adm c aptly be termed The Premier Owner-Driver's ! and the chassis is, possible, better - a " Car.' There little wonder bodywork. Ido not e that the works Suresnes are "•-•'» ber car which ave^ , full swing night and day. For g
14 January 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ENGINEERING SECTION

ENGINEERING SECTION

ARE DREADNOUGHTS OBSOLETE ? When Vice-Admiral Sir Percy Scott voiced his opinion in a letter to "The Times" that the battleship was practically obsolete and that seaplanes and submarines were in future to be the backbone Navy, it gave everybody seriously think. Criticism and con
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Coarse fishing will commence in Heaton Park to-morrow; price 6d. per rod per day. With reference to the \eport that

Coarse fishing will commence in Heaton Park to-morrow; price 6d. per rod per day. With reference to the \eport that

fire occurred on Friday at the Joint Dock, Hull, we are requested to state that the fire took place timber stacking ground adjoining the the Alexandra Docks, Hull,
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TURF TOPICS.

TURF TOPICS.

THE ROYAL ASCOT MEETING. RACE FOR THE HUNT CUP. Royal Ascot, with its pomp and circumstance, will be the great' event in' the racing world during the present week. Only a few days ago the conditions meteorologically seemed quite at variance with what one usually expects on the o
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLUB AND LEAGUE CRICKET.

CLUB AND LEAGUE CRICKET.

LEY LAND'S COLLAPSE TIMPERLEY BEATEN AFTER CLOSING THEIR INNINGS. BY MANCUNIAN. Because the sun shone with all its power on Saturday it is absurd, as our eld enemy Euclid was wont to observe, to imagine that batsmen would have matters all their own way in club and league giamesL
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OF INTEREST TO LANCASHIRE

OF INTEREST TO LANCASHIRE

DERBYSHIRE FAIL AT ASTON. again win more good scoring by ESSEX. AT THE CLOSE OF PLAY. ~._ 1»t inn. '»»•»• 230 Ire 182 141-3 Nottingham. Match drawn. 180 E 71 127 Birmingham. Warwickshire won run*. 277 179 123-4 Lord's. Match drawn. Ijj 168 RIDCE UNIVERSITY 360—dec Cambridge. Cam
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MIDDLESEX PLAY FOR SAFETY.

MIDDLESEX PLAY FOR SAFETY.

STILL UNBEATEN. P. F. WARNER DECLINES TO "DECLARE" Last year's match was drawn. In making themselves safe from defeat, the Middlesex batsmen at Lord's on Saturday carried caution to such an extent that they took nearly three hours and half, losing their last nine wickets to make
15 June 1914 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England